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there in syria. thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> there is a fight brewing over bob dylan's original electric guitar. the one that he may have used for the first time at a music fest ral in the 19 festival in the 1960s. [ feedback ] attention, wel everyone. you can now try snapshot from progressive free for 30 days. just plug this into your car, and your good driving can save you up to 30%. you could even try it without switching your insurance. why not give it a shot? carry on. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. >>> it's a match made in rock 'n' roll heaven. ♪ >> paul mccartney and bruce stringstein singing the beatles tune "i saw her standing there." apparently not everyone in london's hyde park was into the superstar duet. the two were still singing when the local organizer simply cut off the power to the stage. they pulled the plug because the show ran past its allowed time. besides rock 'n' roll, icons springsteen mccartney and springsteen, there's bob dylan. there is controversy over a guitar he maced have used in a 1960s musical festival.
. you've got to stay away from those power lines pause of the danger. dylan and his friends didn't note power lines existed. saturday night they're cooped up in the house without air-conditioning. they come back to the car. dylan sees it, make as break for it, goes straight into the power lines. the injuries are tough to look at. >> this is completely the part that's killing me. >> reporter: considering what he's been through, 19-year-old dylan louie is a has few complaints. >> many a lucky i'm alive. >> reporter: the 19-year-old mcdaniela cross play are could have been killed. >> once i gained consciousness, i thought holy crap. what did i just hit. >> reporter: it was a fully active power pole and the wires which he said were strung waist high across the field. he hit them dead on. >> i got hit backward. my hat flew off my head. they said i within the unconscious for 10 to 20 seconds. >> reporter: friends got a picture of the wires, the next morning. >> the -- you could see the two dead deer with my son's hat in the middle. >> reporter: help spent two nights in bay view with burns on
with a mystery about an electric guitar that just might be the same one bob dylan played at the 1965 newport folk festival. it's rock and roll history. we'd love to see his guitar to either learn if we made a mistake and how we made the mistake or if we have the real thing. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the troubles with the u.s. economy-- and the possible fallout-- were on full display today. a task force report told of states facing ever-deeper budget holes. but the chairman of the federal reserve withheld any promise of immediate help. ben bernanke came before the senate banking committee acknowledging that the economy ha
person was on simultaneously on thyme and "newsweek." not elvis, not the beatles, not bob dylan. you have to remember when born to run came out he had two albums that were out and didn't do anything. columbia was going to get rid of him if the third album didn't sell. >> rose: this is an extraordinary profile. it will tell you and help you understand this will make real who he is, what he is and where the music comes from and what it's about. how does this happen. >> thank you, charlie. >> rose: it's true. how does that happen? >> it's the gift of the "new yorker" to be honest with you. it's the ability to have the space to do it and the time to do it even though my time is 99% taken up with editing the magazine. this is a lark for me. i have a writer right now in syria and people risking their lives doing tough investigative work. following bruce springsteen up the i-95 corridor and to bars low that isn't exactly tough duty. >> rose: but it's a work of love. >> it is. i first saw him, as i write in the piece, by accident in 1973. i was 14 and for some reason, i don't know why, i went to
a major influence on countless musicians including bob dylan, bruce springsteen, pete seeger and phil oaks. well woody guthrie is best remembered as a musician, get a deeply political side. at the height of mccarthyism, he spoke out for labor and civil- rights and against fascism. he died in 1967 after a long battle with huntington's disease, but his music lives on. >> we speak with woody guthrie's daughter and granddaughter of the next hour and will be joined in the studio by the musician >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. . first, woody guthrie in his own words been interviewed by the musicologist alan lomax. >> what did your family do? where did they come from? >> well, they come from texas in the early day. my dad got to oklahoma right after statehood. he was the first clerk of the county court. and okemah, oklahoma. he is known as one of them old hard-hitting fist fighting democrats, you know, run for office down there and they used to miscount the votes all the time. so every time my dad went to town, the first question i would a
reminding them. >> all right. how he's alivion. 19-year-old dylan luiza survived a walk right into a set of downed power lines in edgewater. this is unbelievable. joce sterman today talked with hem. you've got to be amazed with this recovery. >> reporter: jamie, i can't get over it. dylan is at home. he spent two nights at bay view with third degree burns on his thigh and feet. besides that he's got no real damage. that in and of itself was a miracle. dylan was walking with friends. they were checking out storm damage, tired of being cooped out without air conditioning. while walking, help went toward the car and ran dead on into a set of downed wires that were strung across the field as a result of a power pole. his friends thought hi was dead and wondered what he who -- what they would say to his parents. when he came to he had severe burns. >> the fact them a' here, i know not too many people would survive, so definitely lucky on that point. >> reporter: bge does own that power pole. they told us they did confirm that the power pole and that issue has been repaired. so what about dill
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," michelle franzen, nbc news, new york. >>> and dylan dreyer from our boston station whdh is joining us this morning with the latest on the heat wave. good to have you this morning. >> wonderful to be here. thank you very much. i'm happy to say we're finally going to get some relief from this brutal heat wave. i mean, it's not going to be perfect today, but today's our transition day. we are going to see temperatures start cooling off instead of widespread heat warnings across the area, instead we're seeing heat advisories still now pushing into the ohio river valley and it is still muggy. we're not looking at total relief here, but, today is our transition day. we're still in the upper 70s. feels like we're in the upper 70s with the humidity. it will be a little bit muggy. tomorrow looks awesome. we're looking at normal temperatures to work back into the northeast. this dip in the jet stream is going to bring us the relief we have been waiting for. but the west is going to deal with the brutal heat with temperatures out that way about 10 to 15 degrees above average. here, though, espec
musicians, including bob dylan, bruce springsteen, pete seeger, and bill oakes. while guthrie is best remembered as a musician, he also had a political side. he spoke out for label and civil rights and against fascism. he died in 1967 after a bout with huntington's disease. over the next hour, we will hear from pete seeger, billy bragg, and will coffman. first, woody guthrie, in his own words, being interviewed by a musicologist. >> what kind of family did you come from? what kind of people are they? >> they come in from texas. in the early days, my dad came to oklahoma. he was the first clerk of the county court in oklahoma. after statehood, known as one of those old, hard hitting, fist fighting democrats. he used to discount the votes all the time. every time my dad went to town, it was common, the first question i would ask him when they came in writing on the horse that evening i would say, well, how many fights did you have today? he would take me up on his knee and tell me who he was fighting, why, all about it. why don't we show a couple of these fascists what a hillbilly can d
next, big celebration today for the rolling stones. we'll explain. >> plus, where is bob dylan's guitar? there's a battle over its whereabouts. details on that coming up next in the buzz bin. ♪    q get irresistibly clean and fresh carpets in your home with resolve deep clean powder. the moist powder removes three times more dirt than vacuuming alone while neutralizing odors for a clean you can see, smell and really enjoy. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. ♪ >>> opening the buzz bin this morning. big day for rock and roll fans. today is the 50th anniversary of the rolling stones first concert. they'll attend a photo session in london and rehearse for a new gig. there are rumors of a tour, but so far, no dates have been set. and you doubt that, right? >> yeah. sounded like they're not going to tour, but will put on a series of shows, madison square gardens and people will have to come to them. they're older now. >> yeah. >>> also, and congratulations to them. >> quite a feat. >> rocker bob dylan is in a dispute with historians over a guitar he m
forced to move the games to october 20th. but there is a bob dylan concert at the theater when the rally was to be held. the rally will be at edwards track with no bonfire. >>> cal is following the lead of many prosport teams in adopting a dynamic pricing system. that means thicket -- that means that ticket prices will be based on supply and demand. tickets for this season's games against rival stanford will cost at legal $6. >>> workers this morning installed the first steel columns that will provide the framework for the 49er stadium. the builders say the new stadium will be environmentally friendly. >> reporter: construction workers harn esed and hissed up -- harnessed and hissed up -- hoisted up. >> all of this was built with five states involved. so the economic benefits are here in the valley but they also extend beyond. >> reporter: by the ed of the year more than 100,000 people will be working. the 1 point -- $the 1.1 billion stadium will seat -- the 1.1 billion stadium will seat a million people. >> so from a green perspective, this will be the greenest stadium in the nation. >>
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. but i have to say, the song that i wanted to play was "times are a changing" and bob dylan was able to articulate songs about social justice and peace. something more than just a beautiful melody moved me. ♪ i never loved a man the way that i love you ♪ >> for me, aretha franklin was the top singer i ever heard. "the way i loved a man" was soulful. and sings those lyrics, they caught me about the kind of pain i was going to be in for when i grow up. that might be the one that gets me the most. ♪ i can't make you love me if you don't ♪ >> it was written by two talented men. it was simple and pure expression of what it's like when you know that someone doesn't love you anymore. and the heart break of saying just spend one more night with me, i will close my eyes so i don't have to see. i know you don't love me -- it's getting to me now. ♪ because i can't make you love me if you don't ♪ >> the fact that adele covered "i can't make you love me", it makes me proud and grateful that it's associated with me. ♪ bring it home baby >> sing me of a few of their line, tore it up f
's lot of downed trees and four lines. 19-year-old dylan luiza stumbled on a power line and lived to talk about it. the mcdaniel lacrosse player could have been killed after the storms. he was walking in the dark with some friends in the field when he hit a fully active power pole and the wires that were strung waist high across the field. dylan was knocked unconscious and spent two nights at a burn center with severe third-degree burns on his thigh and feet where the surging electricity left his body. his friends took a picture of his head that and it was along wires and dead deer that hit the power lines. >> kind of hard to think back to it. when i do, i just don't see how it happened to me, and it's kind of hard to take in. >> considering what could have happened, he is pretty lucky. >> reporter: bge says they repaired the line and power pole. sher vie johnson abc to -- sherrie johnson abc2 news. >>> a red code heat alert has been extended through tomorrow. four deaths has been caused as a result of the high temperatures. cooling centers are across the state and each has free watt erin
couple had babies born in different countries. and out came dylan, paramedics determined they had time to get her to the hospital before delivering the second baby. the hospital was in scotland so a 40 mile ride later little hannah born that means dylan on the left is english, and hannah, on the right is scottish. >> never heard that before. >> unusual one. >> coming up on abc 7 news something a lot of commuters may be dreaming of doing. the story behind this video of a stuntman doing doughnuts on the bay bridge. >> do you ever wonder if someone is watching you? keeping track of you? we'll talk about how to find out if someone is asking for your cell phone records, ahead. >> and abc 7 news at 4:00 continues right after this. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> here is a look at what people are searching for this afternoon. kourtney kardashian gave birth to her second child today, a little girl named penelope. and a lot of people are looking for ne
else can bind them together. >> rose: which relationship between bob dylan, creativity and like a rolling stone? >> i begin the book by telling the story that happened in may of 1965, when bob dylan game p gave up on singing and song writing, he was on this grueling tour and didn't know how to reinvent himself, he thought he had no songs left to sing he didn't want to be a folksinger and didn't know what to write next so he moved to woodstock and didn't take his guitar he was going to paint and write poetry and done with the music bids and there for a couple of days when all of a sudden he feels this familiar feeling, the itch of words as he put it and like a ghost just gives you what to say. and then he starts scribbling and his hand isn't moving to for the next several hours it is like he is vomiting forth associations and very visceral verb. and. >> rose: he would be prone to use. >> and then he takes a look at these 25 pages of notes he scrawled late at night in woodstock all by himself and what he sees in these notes are the lyrics to like a rolling stone. the very next wee
. >> hi! >> do you want to tell everybody dylan mcdermott is coming up next? >> dylan mcdermott is coming up next. >> were you expecting that kind of intro? >> absolutely. >>> as we get warm and head toward the dog days of summer and august, we can't you best friend be cool and comfortable. >> why can't she? >> he or she. or they. dr. marty beck sir -- becker is in the house. >>> on "good afternoon america" later on, hilaria baldwin is with us. she's a yoga instructor. she'll tell us about it. >> what's your name? >> jeffrey. >> where are you from? >> in charlotte. >> say hello to everybody in charlotte. >> hi! >> all right, there, jeffrey. >> you going back? you can stay right here. we're excited for the on limping ga -- olympic games in london. athletes from over 200 countries go for the gold. bill weir brings us five faces to watch. i have never wanted to be with you than this morning are you are. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. there's plenty of room. i'm just off the plane. getting the feel of our digs. we'll bring you faster, higher, stronger coverage. there's the stadi
? >> well, anyone who read my first -- >> rose: passages and bob dylan's lyrics and all of that. >> the lyrics, like just beginning each chapter this one i have the song as the title and it is really because i want to express the idea in sort of a fun way of what science does, that you have some base of knowledge that you know, but what scientists do is exploring the edges, it is exploring the things you don't yet know. so you are trying to go beyond that sort of comfort zone to go someplace else and of course the lyrics of the songs were not referring to that, but i like the idea that as you sort of are trying to get to something bigger than yourself and try to get to something out there that you believe is there and how do you cross that boundary and cross that threshold to get to some bigger knowledge. >> rose: physics itself, we are all aware of where molecular biology has gone. it has shown us the structure of the dna, we have mapped the human genome and done all of these things that have to do with biology. have we made the same kind of strides and are we asking what quest
people. >>> bob dylan will mark 50 years as a recording artist by releasing his 35th studio album "tempest" in september. >>> finally, relax, jacky chen fans, despite saying recently he was going to quit films to become the asian robert denier rowe, he has already had a change of heart. sigh of relief from the other side of the table. >>> and this comes to us from columbus, indiana, where one is champing at the bit to show off his talents. the horse, justin, now a painter uses his brush to guide him. his owner says he was going to be a show jumper. he didn't clear that hurdle but then showed a creative side by using the owner's whip to draw shapes in the sand. his collections also include hoard shoe prints. it's not just horse pay. justin's work goes for hundreds of dollars. i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. hey, there's barely a line at space mountain. you there ! i am looking for someone, hair black as night, skin white as snow ! yeah, yeah, i got that ! she is at the castle. dad ! honey ! but she's on the move
in redding 1 on a 3 at fresno, the central valley will be hot. mid 50s to dylan in the east bay were still in the '90s now on view 8 degrees, extended forecast after a warm weekend by tuesday the numbers plunge in line back to the '80s and upper seventies by wednesday. warm this weekend cool the next week. a hill >>> '80s are ok. >>> sleep apnea not just bad for your sleep schedule it can do >>> sleep apnea not just bad for your sleep schedule it can do serious brain damage house >>> cases of sleep apnea link to a higher risk of heart disease stroke depression and perhaps alzheimer's >>> a new study shows mild or moderate cases may benefit from standard treatment dr kamal ville reports >>> he used to have trouble keeping his eyes open to read a magazine >>> it was like i have to crash have to lay down >>> he was diagnosed with my sleep apnea it would stop breathing 14 times an hour is dr. enrolled and in a first of its kind sleep study with mild to moderate sleep apnea >>> researchers follow 239 patients some wearing seat at masks and others had fake masks those with the real c paps felt m
the game to fulfill its contracts and there is a bond that bob dylan concert at the greek theatre on the same night. a mile sunday on leave 49 stadium. crews began building a framework for what will be a 68,000 seat stadium. that will cost more than $1 billion and is supposed to be ready for the 2014 season. it's the thing everyone loves to hate about san francisco. if you spent any time in the city of noticed a lot of homeless people walking around and it may be getting worse. reporter still lives here tells us this city is running out of ideas. san francisco home of the golden gate bridge fisherman's wharf and of course the homeless. most recently but they made national news on the escalator bought them at the downtown bart station and the bottom is being used as a toilet by the homeless. >>> obviously after an people read about it to myself included the question is what to do about it. to equate the advancers but it's time is gonna be a lot of money on the homeless. shelter is transitional housing medical and social services. and they're still spending its paper at a rate of a
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